Lemonade Mouth: Adapted Movie Tie-in Edition - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Mark Peter Hughes
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Chapter 8 Summary

Charlie says that after being humiliated by Mo, he comes home and puts the teakettle on, to make the last bag of the chai tea he'd bought at Mo's father's store. He goes to his drums, and pounds out elaborate rhythms that make his humiliation a little easier to bear. When he remembers the kettle, he runs downstairs, and grabs it bare-handed, then drops the kettle and spills water on himself, giving himself second degree burns on his hand.

Olivia says that Wen calls to say that Mo and Charlie have both said that they can't play at Catch A RI-Zing Star. Wen can't talk from home, so they agree to meet at Paperback Joe's. When they get there, Wen is upset because his father has asked him to be his best man in the wedding, but Wen is angry at Sydney for leeching on the family...

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